Clubs, by meeting day:

Monday (16) Tuesday (16) Wednesday (12) Thursday (8) Friday (3) Sunday (1)

Clubs meeting on Fridays

Abingdon meet 1245 at The King's Head and Bell, 10, East St Helen Street, Abingdon, OX14 5EA Tel: 01235 525 362.

Note: Not fifth Friday

Banbury meet 12:30 for 13:00 at Freemasons Hall, Marlborough Road, Banbury, OX16 5DB Tel: 01295 264950.

Note: (5th Fridays in evening - contact Sec)

Uxbridge meet 12.40 for 13.00 at The Middlesex Suite, Civic Centre, High Street, Uxbridge, UB8 1UW Tel: .

Note: 5th Friday in any month will usually be an evening meeting - please call Sec on 07910197201 to check.

'What We Do' Main Pages:

Wanting to 'do your bit' for the community? This is the opportunity you've been searching for!

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Rotary works with young people in a variety of ways to develop their skills and provide opportunities for them to enjoy a greater awareness of the world about them.

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Responding to the needs of communities, both locally and internationally is a fundamental part of Rotary.

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People of action in Uganda

Our partnerships with communities and organisations overseas, providing safe water, promoting maternal and child health, responding to emergencies and supporting those in zones of conflict

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The Rotary Foundation - celebrating 100 years of doing good in the world in the Rotary year 2016/17

The Rotary Foundation is a not for profit corporation enabling Rotarians and their partners to achieve sustainable solutions to global problems. Widely recognised as being in the top 5 for Best Value Charity Giving, it celebrated its 1st 100 years in 2017

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Promoting a clear message of what Rotary is all about is important. Below, Rotarians will find a number of resources, consistent with the Rotary 'brand', to enhance our publicity.

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How District 1090 is managed

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Portsmouth - a vibrant and modern cultural city with a rich maritime history

It's back to the seaside for Conference 2019, but with a difference! The historic city of Portsmouth with its rich maritime history has been reinventing itself as a vibrant and modern cultural centre, without losing any of its seafaring heritage.

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District Specialist Officers

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The Thames Valley District (1090) has the most Rotaract clubs of any District in the UK.

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Inner Wheel now has their own website. Access the full site by clicking on the image below

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